The worst part of spring happens to be the fact that they can start up road construction on all those major roads. It's not that the roads don't need worked on, it's just bloody inconvenient.
"The EcoDisc's manufacturer, ODS, insists the disc won't break drives. "We've produced over ten million of these discs — we've had less than a dozen phone calls," says managing director, Ray Wheeler. "There are ways to get the discs out."
Wheeler says the problem stems from Apple's slot-loading drives. "It uses an ejection system that doesn't get approval from the DVD Forum." He claims the EcoDisc should work in other types of slot-loading drive, although admits that it hasn't been tested in the PlayStation 3.
If I'd known computer science was going to be like this, I'd never have given up being a rock 'n' roll star. -- G. Hirst